If viewing these photographs has inspired you to
explore Europe on your own, and you're working within a
budget, you might want to consider purchasing a timeshare.
Timeshares also known as holiday or vacation ownership, provide a
way for individuals to share the economic responsibility of
owning a vacation home.
Consider the cost of owning and maintaining a second
home. Not only would you incur the massive initial expense
of actually purchasing the property, but you'd also incur an
abundance of maintenance costs. With your busy lifestyle,
you'd probably only be able to use your property for one or
two weeks each year anyways. The rest of your time and money
would be wasted.
on the other hand, and you've only purchased and paid for
what you are actually going to use..
When you buy a timeshare, you're actually purchasing an
the right to use resort accommodations for an increment of
time every year. These accommodations can vary in size from
standard hotel-style suites to two-bedroom resort suites to
four-bedroom freestanding cottages and townhouses. Resorts
generally sell timeshares at these properties in one-week
increments, but you can purchase as many, or as few, shares
as will comfortably fit into your lifestyle. Whether you've
found a European destination that you've fallen in love
with, or you'd prefer to travel to several different
locations, timeshare ownership can comfortably secure your
lodging, wherever you end up.
Europe Timeshares and Beyond
There are hundreds of
timeshare resorts within the United Kingdom, hundreds more
throughout Europe and thousands worldwide. One of the best
features of timeshares is that you can exchange them for
accommodations at other resorts. So, if you purchase a
a United Kingdom timeshare
in London, you can subsequently exchange that property for
time at a wide array of other
Europe timeshares in Spain, France,
Portugal and more.
Most timeshares are
affiliated with one of two exchange companies – RCI (Resort
Condominiums International) or II (Interval International).
Collectively, these two networks span over 5,000 resorts
worldwide. Consider timeshares to take you all over Europe